I've been writing weekly blog posts for almost a year now (go me!). I've covered everything from lettering inspiration to freelance tips, with some great interviews thrown in as well. If you're interested in learning hand lettering, check out this roundup of the most important things you need to know.
This is the second post in my "Back to Basics" series discussing the three basic categories of type styles: serif, sans-serif and script. Knowing these three styles will allow you to letter almost anything you can imagine. Last week, I talked about serif type. This week, we're stripping it down to sans-serif.
This is the first in a series of posts discussing the three basic genres of type styles: serif, sans-serif and script. There are tons of variations within these styles, but learning these basics will establish a good foundation in your lettering repertoire.
It's so easy to categorize some of my favorite letterers: Jessica Hische does clean, curvy vectors. Mary Kate McDevitt does hand-drawn letters with texture. Danielle Evans does dimensional type. But what do I do?